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Tarantino in TIME


#1

Here you go.


#2

I dont have a subscription so i cannot read anything :’(



what do they say?


#3

[quote=“Crazy_Hattori”]
I dont have a subscription so i cannot read anything :’(
[/quote]

same here :’(


#4

He’s in the top 100 most influential entertainers and artists. The magazine should be out by now.


#5

good : I haven’t the subcription, and the magazine isn’t out in my country. How can I do :-</E>


#6

Here it is:






#7

I know, it’s hard to read that. Click here to read (I promise, the image is larger here lol):



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#8

damn you guys were faster! ;D



anyways, the issue is really worth buying, a very interesting read


#9

What is this ‘homeage to Pulp Fiction’ (in Sin City)?


#10

I was thinking the same thing. ???


#11

Which part of sin city did QT even direct?


#12

From IMDB:



“The particular scene in question that Quentin Tarantino directed is the drive to the pits scene in which Dwight (Clive Owen) talks with a very dead Jackie Boy (Benicio Del Toro). When Tarantino insisted on a real car being built for the shooting Robert Rodriguez told him that it would be easier without one. After shooting a few takes with the real car Tarantino realized his friend was right on account that he couldn’t get the shots and angles he wanted with a real set piece.”


#13

[quote=“Ify”]
What is this ‘homeage to Pulp Fiction’ (in Sin City)?
[/quote]
The structure: three stories + 1 that opens and close the film.


#14

love the photo! very cool!